(TEMPLE, TX) – City of Temple offices will be closed on Monday, May 27th, in observation of Memorial Day. Offices will reopen on Tuesday, May 28th.
Emergency services and solid waste routes, to include brush, bulk pickup and the...
Discover Downtown Temple and the Temple Main Street Program will host the ‘Imagine the Possibilities Tour’ on Wednesday, May 29th from 5:00-8:00 PM. The purpose of this event is to let the community know about the exciting transformation that is...
On Tuesday, May 28th, the City of Temple will close the old two-lane section of Prairie View Road from N. Pea Ridge Road to SH 317. Traffic will be rerouted to a new segment of Prairie View Road. Traffic on FM 2483 will remain as is until the traffic sign...
Interested young people are invited to explore all things space this summer as the Temple Public Library presents “A Universe of Stories” Summer Reading Program. Activities will feature story times and guest entertainment including pup...
On Thursday evening, City Council adopted a resolution authorizing a development agreement to provide Strategic Investment Zone (SIZ) grant funding for development of downtown property at 103 East Central Avenue.
Did you know that yard waste such as grass clippings, leaves, tree and shrub trimmings, mulch, soil and plant materials from vegetable and flower gardens can have a negative impact on our waterways?
Would you like to be a volunteer and take part in the 2019 Central Texas Airshow? Show dates are Friday night, May 3rd through Sunday, May 5th.
Temple Public Library will accept youth applications for summer volunteering April 22nd through May 24th.
On Monday, March 18th, the City of Temple will close Hogan Road from SH 317 to Cedar Lane.
The City of Temple has two recycling drop-off centers that make recycling household items a simple and convenient process for our residents.
Temple Public Library will offer a variety of activities for youth and families during TISD’s Spring Break.
Law enforcement agencies and courts statewide will once again be conducting the Great Texas Warrant Roundup.
Killeen Acting Assistant City Manager David A. Olson, P.E., C.F.M., has accepted an offer to become Assistant City Manager for the City of Temple.
City Council adopted a resolution authorizing a development agreement to provide Strategic Investment Zone grant funding for development of downtown property at 108 N. Main Street.
Join us on Sunday, February 24th, at 2 p.m. for the first Temple Airshow Volunteer Meeting.
Council adopts a resolution authorizing amendments to a development agreement to increase Strategic Investment Zone (SIZ) grant funding for development of downtown properties at 110 and 112 South 1st St.
Combining scientific and artistic approaches to learning is at the heart of a new children’s program called STEAM Team, beginning Tuesdays in February at the Temple Public Library.
The Temple Public Library resumes youth programming on Saturday, January 5th.
Early literacy programs include Baby Bookworms, a parent – infant lapsit each Tuesday at 11am; Toddler Story Time each Wednesday and Thursday at 10:15am; and ...
At the December 20th meeting, the Temple City Council authorized a professional services agreement in the amount of $246,880 for the development of a Comprehensive Plan with Halff Associates, Inc.
The City of Temple has awarded a construction contract to Classic Protective Coating, Inc. for the complete interior and exterior rehabilitation of the one million gallon Scott Elevated Storage Tank located at 2602 S. 39th Street next to Jaycee Park.
Temple City Council approved an economic development agreement between the City, Temple Historic Arcadia Theatre, Inc., and Turner Behringer Development Company (“TB”) for the redevelopment of the Hawn Hotel, Arcadia Theater, and the Sears Building.
**UPDATE** TEMPLE, TX (October 24, 2018) – Kegley Phase I reconstruction is substantially complete and the road has been opened to through traffic. Staff is currently working to complete right-of-way acquisition and dry utility relocati...